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Download the FastFacts now if you're thinking about a future in law! Whether you are a parent or a student comparing schools, this brochure is full of meaningful information about getting your degree at Florida Tech.

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  • Read about the knowledge you'll gain in critical thinking, writing, and the understanding of human society ... preparing you for a future in law school.
  • See how you can get hands-on experience and résumé-building opportunities from the program ... and get credit at the same time.
  • Get a sneak peek at the opportunities available to you ... including working with prominent attorneys in the Prelaw Advisory Group.
  • Understand why getting a degree in the heart of Florida's “Space Coast” will make a difference ... today, and in your future.
  • Check out companies and grad schools where Florida Tech alumni are building their careers ... you could enjoy the same success, too!

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Florida Tech professors will prepare you with everything you need to excel in law school.

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